enable you to chart your professional development progress as an academic/teacher against a nationally agreed framework
articulate strengths & experience and have these recognised professionally
identify future development needs and how best to meet them
As well as providing a framework for thinking about your professional development on a annual basis through the PDR, REAP offers routes to Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy, as it’s an accredited scheme.
For those who are new to higher education teaching, or who are interested in gaining a formal, recognised Masters level qualification in higher education teaching, our Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education, is an academic programme of workshops and self-directed learning that can be taken over a period of 18 months (minimum) or up to five years (exceptionally). For further information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to the Regent's Teaching Exchange Blackboard pages.
More experienced university teachers may well be more interested in gaining recognition of their experience through Fellowship of the HEA under our REAP scheme.
Regent’s University London recognises the great value that undertaking a PCGHE can have on understanding learning, self-reflection and the transfer to classroom practice, therefore all new teaching staff joining us at the University who do not already hold a teaching qualification (equivalent to PGCHE) or HEA Fellowship will be required to undertake the PGCHE within their first two years of joining us. This will be supported by the University.
Recognition Preparation sessions are held frequently. Contact Learning and Development for dates and booking.
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